Heading sizes are all the same

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  • #55596

    geldner
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    All heading tags in Fluida (H1, H2, etc.) are displaying at the same size within the body of a post. The only thing I’ve done in Typography is to change the Open Sans Condensed to a Google font (Roboto Condensed).

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    #55625

    zed
    Keymaster

    Do you have a particular content section to exemplify this?


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    #55631

    geldner
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    See the latest article in the Blog. I have tried setting those subheads to be,, he, h4 and they all look the same.

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    #55656

    zed
    Keymaster

    You only have one type of heading on that post – h3.


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    #55676

    geldner
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    Sorry, I had edited it in the meantime. I see what’s going on now. The difference between the different heading sizes is much more subtle in Fluida than other themes I’ve worked with. I couldn’t really tell the difference between h2 & h3. Can you suggest a CSS override that would make the sizing difference between the heading tags more obvious? Thanks!

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